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Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

Your search for class 156 Cognition and New Knowledge. Knowledge Acquisition found the 32 items below.       [new search]

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1763   2000-0039knowledge acquisition • 156
Breitenstein, M. – Classification, culture studies, and the experience of the individual : three methods for knowledge discovery (Lang.: eng). - In: Dynamism and Stability in Knowledge Organization : Proceedings of the 6th International ISKO Conference 10-13 July 2000. - Würzburg : Ergon Verlag, 2000,p.10-15.

8998   knowledge acquisition • 156
Spink, Amanda. – Information organizing: an evolutionary and developmental framework (Lang.: eng). - In: Facets of knowledge organization, pp. 239-240 (06.11.7.4/5).

10572   1990-1-071knowledge acquisition • 156
Krohn, S. – Human knowledge - its definition and dimensions (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.Knowledge Evolution: Proc.44th FID Congr., Helsinki, 28 Aug.-1 Sept.1988.1989.p.25-33.Amsterdam, NL, Elsevier,

10732   1996-0956knowledge acquisition • 156
Garcia Marco, F.J.. – Scientific paradigms in information retrieval (Lang.: spa). - In: Garcia Marco, J. Proc.1st ISKO-Spain Conference, Madrid, 4-5 Nov.1993. p.99-112.Zaragoza, Spain, Universidad de Zaragoza, 1995.

11182   1990-2-097knowledge acquisition • 156
Di Manzot, M.; Ricci, F., Batistoni, A., Ferrari, C., Trucco, E. – Embedding functional knowledge in an actor network (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Syst.: Theory and Appl.: IASTED Int.Conf., Geneva, 16-18 June 1987: Proc.1987.p.167-169.Anaheim, CA,

11183   1990-2-100knowledge acquisition • 156
Legrand, J. – Contribution to the achievement of a syntax in knowledge engineering (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Syst.: Theory and Appl.: IASTED Int.Conf., Geneva, June 16-18, 1987.1987.p.45-49.Anaheim, CA,

11184   1990-2-101knowledge acquisition • 156
Shaw, M.L.G.; Gaines, B.R. – Comparing conceptual structures: consensus, conflict, correspondence and contrast (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Acquisition.Vol.1.1989.p.341-363.

11185   1990-2-102knowledge acquisition • 156
Soda, G. – A flexible editor for knowledge acquisition (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Syst.: Theory and Appl.: IASTED Int.Conf., Geneva,16-18 June 1987: Proc.1987.p.135-139.Anaheim, CA,

11755   1994-0847knowledge acquisition • 156
Gil, Y.; Paris, C.. – Towards method-independent knowledge acquisition (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Acquisition. (1994)6,p.163-178.

11939   1995-0118knowledge acquisition • 156
Corbridge, C.; Rugg, G.; Major, N.P.; Shadbolt,N.R.; Burton, A.M.. – Laddering: Technique and tool use in knowledge acquisition (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowl.Acquisition. (1994)6,p.315-341. Laddering is a structured questioning technique derived from the repertory grid technique, enabling a hierarchy of concepts to be established. Previous empirical studies have demonstrated its utility for knowledge elicitation in two classificatory domains. In this paper, three experimental studies of laddering are described. (Authors, abbr.)

11940   1995-0119knowledge acquisition • 156
Eriksson, H.; Puerta, A.R.; Musen, M.A.. – Generation of knowledge-acquisition tools from domain ontologies (Lang.: eng). - In: International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. (1994)41,p.425-453. Metalevel tools can support the software development process by automating the design of task- and application-specific tools. DASH is a metalevel tool that allows developers to generate domain-specific knowledge-acquisition tools from domain ontologies. Domain specialists use the knowledge-acquisition tools generated by DASH to instantiate the concepts and relationships defined in the domain ontologies. The output of the knowledge-acquisition tools is a collection of instances that constitute the knowledge-based system. (Authors, abbr.)

11941   1995-0120knowledge acquisition • 156
Nwana, H.S.; Bench-Capon, T.; Paton, R.C.; Shave, J.R.. – Domain-driven knowledge modelling for knowledge acquisition (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowl.Acquisition. (1994)6,p.243-270.

11942   1995-0121knowledge acquisition • 156
Nielsen, J.. – Estimating the number of subjects needed for a thinking aloud test (Lang.: eng). - In: International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. (1994)41,p.385-397. Two sstudies of using the thinking alout method for user interface testing showed that experimenters who were not usability specialists could use the method. However, they found only 28-30% of known usability problems when running a single test subject. Running more test subjects increased the number of problems found, but with progressively diminishing returns; after five test subjects 77-85% of the problems had been found. (Author)

11943   1995-0122knowledge acquisition • 156
Olson, D.L.; Mechitov, A.I.; Moshkovich, H.M.. – The role of rules and examples in the process of knowledge acquisition in direct classification tasks (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Systems with Applicat.. 8(1995)1,p.203-212.

12594   1996-0958knowledge acquisition • 156
Mengshoel, O.J.. – A reformulation technique and tool for knowledge interchange during knowledge acquisition (Lang.: eng). - In: Int.J.Human-Comput.Studies. Vol. 43, No. 2. 1995. p.177-212.

12595   1996-0959knowledge acquisition • 156
Mizoguchi, R.; Tijerino, Y., Ikeda, M.. – Task analysis interview based on task ontology (Lang.: eng). - In: Expert Systems with Applicat. Vol. 9, No. 1. 1995. p.15-25.

12901   1990-2-103knowledge acquisition • 156
Comtesse, X.; Boder, A. – Un modèle d'acquisition connaissances basé sur le ròle organisateur des schèmes [A knowledge acquisition model based on the organising role of schemes] (Lang.: fre). - In: Expert Syst.: Theory and Appl.: IASTED Int.Conf., Geneva, 16-18 June 1987: Proc.1987.p.140-143.Anaheim, CA,

13113   1990-2-098knowledge acquisition • 156
Karbach, W. – Modellbasierte Wissensacquisition [Model-based knowledge acquisition] (Lang.: ger). - In: Künstl.Intelligenz.No.4.1989.p.13.

13114   1990-2-099knowledge acquisition • 156
Laske, O. – Ungelöste Probleme bei der Wissensacquisition für wissensbasierte Systeme [Unsolved problems of knowledge acquisition for knowledge-based systems] (Lang.: ger). - In: Künstl.Intelligenz.No.4.1989.p.4-12.

16121   knowledge acquisition • 156
Dewland, Jason C.; See, Andrew. – Patron Driven Acquisitions (Lang.: eng). - In: Library Resources & Technical Services, 59(2015)1, pp. 13-23..

16360   knowledge acquisition • 156
Neves, Dulce AmΓ©lia B.; Brito, Raisa Carneiro de; CΓ³dula, Ana ClΓ‘udia Cruz; Silva, Julianne Teixeira. – Verbal Protocol And Free Word Association Test: Perspectives Of Introspective Research Instruments And Projective In Information Science (Lang.: p). - In: Em questΓ£o, 8(2014)3, pp. 64-79. – Available at http://www.portalseer.ufba.br/index.php/revistaici/article/view/12917/9240

11754   1994-0846law • 156, 848-66
Moulin, B.; Rousseau, D.. – SACD: a system for acquiring knowledge from regulatory texts (Lang.: eng). - In: Comput.Electr.Eng.. 20(1994)2,p.131-149. Aknowledge acquisition system is presented, SACD, which identifies the logical structure of prescriptive texts (regulations, norms) from which is generates a knowledge base composed of a set of so-called 'deontic rules'.

12593   1996-0957156, 981
Ingwersen, P.. – Cognitive perspectives of information retrieval interaction: elements of a cognitive IR theory (Lang.: eng). - In: J.Doc. Vol. 52, No. 1. 1996. p.3-50.

165   1997-2-0164knowledge acquisition • universal order • 156;114
Gödert, W. – Information as a cognitive construction : A communication-theoretic model and consequences for information systems (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization 23(1996)4. 206-212.

644   1998-0021knowledge acquisition • online retrieval problems • 156;751
Zupanic, S. – Kognitivni pristop k iskanju in komunikaciji informaciji [Cognitive approach to information retrieval and communication] (Lang.: slo). - In: Knjiznica 1997(41)4,p. 41-54.

3335   2003-0009knowledge acquisition • information use • 156;981
Ahlgren, P. – On a cognitive search strategy (Lang.: eng). - In: Vocabulary as a Central concept in digital libraries : interdisciplinary concepts, challenges, and opportunities : proceedings of the Third International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science (COLIS3), Dubrovbik, Croatia,23-26 May 1999 / ed. by T. Arpanac et al. - Zagreb: Lokve, 1999. - ISBN: 9536003376 - p.245-253.

5644   2008-0189knowledge acquisition • information use • 156;981
Rorissa, A., Iyer, H. – Theories of cognition and image categorization: what category labels reveal about basic level theory (Lang.: eng). - In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 59(2008)9, p.1383-1392.

 



 

Further items on this class as a particular theme
 

3531997-3-0352indexing principles • knowledge acquisition • 311;156
Grimaldi, T. – L'indicizzazione dal punto di vista cognitivo (II) [Indexing from the cognitive viewpoint (II)] (Lang.: ita). – In: Bibliotecario (1996)2. p.259-293.

18462000-0122NLP methods • knowledge acquisition • 733;156
He, Q. – Knowledge discovery through co-word analysis (Lang.: eng). – In: Library Trends, 48(1999)1,p.133-159.

18472000-0123NLP methods • knowledge acquisition • 733;156
Ahonen, H. – Knowledge discovery in documents by extracting frequent word sequences (Lang.: eng). – In: Library Trends, 48(1999)1,p.160-181.

7681998-0144information use • knowledge acquisition • 981;156
Mutch, A. – Information literacy: an exploiration (Lang.: ). – In: International Journal of Information Management 1997(17)5,p. 377-386.

61352009-0255users requirements • knowledge acquisition • NBM indexing problems • 982;156;871
Rorissa, A. – User-generated descriptions of individual images versus labels of groups of images: a comparison using basic level theory (Lang.: eng). – In: Information Processing & Management, 44(2008)5, p.1741-1753.


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